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FEATURES

Flashing and Drainage
Flashing, something you can see little of on a completed building, can be the difference in how a project turns out.

Minimizing Dust on the Job
Power equipment manufacturers are working to help mason contractors meet OSHA requirements for silica dust elimination.

Codes and Standards
The Masonry Advisory Council provides a history lesson on how codes and standards are used in the masonry industry.

masonry and construction information

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

From The Editor
Chairman’s Message
Government Affairs
New Products

Business Building

Full Contact PM
Classified Advertising
News

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